When done right, it’s the ultimate exercise to burn fat and increase power fast
It's 13 miles from the top of Broadway to the bottom. Oh, and if you're wondering, it's definitely possible to get lost along the way.
Most people, you know, put on a pair of shoes in order to start running. Chris Hawson, though, needed to take his off.
Avalo York once ruled the Central Park bike loop. He's still there, almost every weekday, but he's been done with racing for a long time.
Last year, Patrick Halloran finished last in the Empire State Building Run-Up. This year, he's coming back, and he's going to kick your ass.
Meet the man who runs 30 miles a day and eats nothing but fruit
Noah Davis swam and biked and ran—all without ever leaving home
What's the best way to get to know a new city? Put on your sneakers and move.
While it may not appear that way, Noah Davis thinks that Manhattan and ultramarathons might just be made for each other
Is "running everywhere" a feasible replacement for biking, cabs, and the subway? Noah Davis spent a week trying to find out.
Noah Davis takes a look at Wade Barrett's transition from professional soccer player to semi-serious ultramarathoner